- Aug 21, 2019
A very welcome news ?
That is something I love to see in a Canon, similar to how Phase One do it. I think its more of a camera software thing controlling the lens rather that a special feature of a lens though.Could the innovation be built-in focus stacking. Software that drives the AF motor to set positions and then fires off a series of shots.
Could the innovation be built-in focus stacking. Software that drives the AF motor to set positions and then fires off a series of shots.
Or maybe an innovation in image stabilization
Besides the RP, the M6II and 90D can as well. The selection of supported lenses is pretty limited, though.
Hm, i have the 100mm 2,8L - I use it mostly for some portraits and occasionaly Macros for product shots. I must say that I actualy enjoy the lense. Is there something particular wrong with it, that I miss?Anything new to Canon's macro glass quiver will be a welcome addition.